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Sanors licenses Davy's ethyl acetate technology for plant in Russia

1:07 AM MST | November 19, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

SamaraNefteOrgsintez (Sanors; Novokuibyshevsk, Russia) announced today that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Johnson Matthey Davy Technology to license the latter’s process to produce ethyl acetate. The document was signed on Monday during a visit by Sanors’s president, Igor Soglaev, to Davy's London offices. The MOU covers the key conditions of the licensing deal as well as technical support. Sanors, a fast-growing, Russian petrochemicals producer, plans to build an ethyl acetate plant at Novokuibyshevsk with capacity of up to...

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